I usually do the work on my brakes if it isn't real difficult and in the
past have used rebuilt parts; master cylinder, wheel cylinders.
I have a 'lifetime warranty' master cylinder. Since my truck is 25 years
old, I have replaced the master cylinder several times. Each time, Autozone
has given me another one, also a rebuilt cylinder. Once, when I changed out
the master cylinder, even the replacement was bad.
I am now using two wheel cylinders from NAPA. One of these started leaking
after about a month, but NAPA replaced it. Now, I think the other wheel
cylinder may be leaking.
So my question is this.
Instead of using rebuilt parts on a critical system such as brakes, should I
just go ahead and spend the extra money and purchase new parts? If so, what
is a good source for new brake parts?
140000 miles (I don't drive it very much)
PS, PB, AC